US Sanctions Indicate Washington’s Desperation, Anger: Top IRGC Commander
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US Sanctions Indicate Washington’s Desperation, Anger: Top IRGC Commander

Major General Hossein Salami said the US sanctions which followed Iran’s downing of an advanced US spy drone that had intruded into Iran’s southern skies were indicative of Washington’s sheer desperation, frustration and anger in face of Iran’s might and grandeur. “This measure is a passive reaction to the downing of the super-advanced intruding US spy drone by the IRGC,” Salami said. To vent its spleen on the Islamic Republic, it was only natural for the US to resort to “illogical and irrational” reactions following Iran’s “flexing muscles” and its deterrent move that shattered Washington’s delusions of grandeur, he added. Salami said the US imposition of sanctions was “a threadbare, ineffective and worthless” practice. He said that slapping sanctions against the IRGC and its commanders that have marked failures of US strategies and policies was nothing new, reiterating that it will only result in reinforcement of the force’s determination to defend the Islamic establishment and protect the Iranian nation in repelling any threat by aggressors against the country’s territory. The top IRGC commander warned enemies will see the repercussions of their “ill-intentioned and spiteful” acts against the Islamic Republic in the future. He concluded that the IRGC’s determination to follow guidelines set by Ayatollah Khamenei and the nation’s full support for the Armed Forces will fail enemy’s “pious dream” and will not allow it to boast about its power.

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